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    Te Ao- Māori News

    Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.

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    Te Ao- Māori News

    Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.

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    Te Ao- Māori News

    Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.

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    Thousands of indigenous women in America & Canada missing or murdered

    While the indigenous nations have sought help from the National Government in America to help protect their women, it’s fallen on deaf ears. But this year one indigenous politician, Representative Deb Haaland, is hoping to wake the world up to this devastating reality.

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    Impact on Māori businesses following UK Election results today

    If Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the Conservative Party wins, his promise is to take Britain out of the European Union by January 31, which could affect Māori businesses in Aotearoa.

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    Mahuta responds to local election law controversies

    Local government minister Nanaia Mahuta issued a press statement about her plans to tackle the local election laws that saw a councillor lose her seat, after being sworn in. The Murupara-Galatea ward election this October ended with veteran broadcaster Hinerangi Goodman and incumbent Alison Silcock being tied. The tie was settled, as per the current laws, by pulling the winner's name out of a hat. Goodman was then declared the winner.

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    "Pass the Rua Kēnana Bill"- Hone Te Rire

    Descendants of Te Rua Kēnana gathered to give their submissions about the Rua Kēnana Pardon Bill this week.

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    Former council candidate taking legal action to reclaim seat

    Māori journalist Hinerangi Goodman is pushing to reclaim her seat on council by asking the public to help fund her legal fees through Givealittle. The former candidate for the Murupara/Galatea ward claims her spot was unfairly contested after her name was drawn out of a hat and then sworn in.

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    Indians have a ‘bloody cheek’ in protesting – VisionNZ

    VisionNZ campaign manager Jevan Goulter, has called out Jacinda Ardern for her recent backtrack over immigration policy, saying that, “Immigrants in our country have more power than citizens.” Goulter added that Indians have a ‘bloody cheek’ to protest about those policies in the first place.

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    EXCLUSIVE: whose name was drawn from the box?

    After the votes were tied in the Galatea-Murupara Ward for a place on the Whakatāne District Council, both Hinerangi Goodman and Alison Silcock’s names were put in a box, with a name drawn to determine who would become a councilor. So who was it? Te Ao was the only media present at the drawing of the names, and we interviewed Dale Ofsoske the Electoral Officer who drew the name of the winner out of a box. He tells us who will join council. 

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